ATA calculates the tonnage
index based on surveys from its membership and has been doing so since the 1970s.
Cambank (Formerly Raithmoor), a steam screw with a gross tonnage
of 3,111, registry closed on March 3, 1915.
The excess tonnage
resulted in a reimbursement check to the town for $230,074.
In addition, because force on the tie bar is controlled through pressure regulation in the cylinder, tonnage
is the same every cycle, regardless of die thermal expansion of non-uniformity.
The resiliency of Central and South America is manifest in the respective 23% and 27% tonnage
increases so far in fiscal 2000.
The rise in total gross tonnage
for container vessels is a positive indication of Singapore's strength as a transhipment hub for container shipping lines," said MPA Director General Chen Tze Penn.
Ships' masters union Numast said the Government would be "writing the obituary for the British merchant navy" if it failed to introduced a tonnage
West Virginia's ruling renders the Duty of Tonnage
Every year of the "but for" projection was based on the 1,609 actual 1981 tonnage
, since the plaintiff alleged price fixing began to occur in 1982.
The see-saw pattern in truck freight tonnage
continued again in September, except that the gain didn't fully wipe out August's decline," said ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello.
Haijian 50," is China's largest patrol ship with a tonnage
of 3,980 tonnes.
The declines reflect decreases in tonnage
levels and changes in revenue per load, including fuel surcharges.